Vacated J&J Verdict Offers Insight into Jury Deliberations
A recent ruling in California tossing a $417 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson provides trial lawyers with a priceless peek into... Read More
Finding Jurors with Limited English Proficiency During Jury Selection
A new appellate opinion in Texas raises an important issue for jury selection: observe your panel carefully to identify jurors who may not have... Read More
Will Batson Challenges Extend to Sexual Orientation?
Batson v. Kentucky. You probably know it well. The landmark 1986 Supreme Court decision that sought to forever-protect African American jurors from... Read More
Fifty Shades of Zumba: Jury selection in a prostitution trial
What do a local gym, Zumba, and prostitution have in common? Apparently, a lot. The names Mark Strong, Sr. and Alexis Wright... Read More